Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings Plc LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00BG5KQW09 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  17.00 5.23% 342.00 640,458 15:57:39
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
337.50 342.00 352.50 317.00 317.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 15.30 -7.37 -3.43 571
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:00:04 AT 396 342.00 GBX

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06/4/2020
09:20
Ceres Power Daily Update: Ceres Power Holdings Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CWR. The last closing price for Ceres Power was 325p.
Ceres Power Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 231p and a 12 week average price of 231p.
The 1 year high share price is 530p while the 1 year low share price is currently 152p.
There are currently 167,096,100 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 384,576 shares. The market capitalisation of Ceres Power Holdings Plc is £571,468,662.
23/3/2020
19:57
wageslave: That's a pretty massive holdings announcement. In normal circumstances the share price would rocket.
09/3/2020
15:08
brimach2: Duckyls, re your….. "On the other hand it’s not as if Ceres was in profit...it was, and still is, all about the future and the potential of its technology"…...Well, when taking into account the exaggerated share price of £5+ that Ceres got ramped too, that “potentialR21; you refer too was already, at that point, well over done and baked in to that inflated share price....several times over. I’ll take this opportunity to repeat my previous post to bring some facts and dose of reality to this topic. In general,share prices and company valuations throughout the hydrogen sector are elevated beyond belief. They are now returning to earth with a bump. And yes, that includes Ballard, Powercell and other companies I’ve mentioned in these posts. Company values were sky high across the board even in the face of the fact that after a decade+ in fuel cell development almost all the fuel cell manufacturers out there have never posted a profit…ever. It is a consequence of these extended company valuations throughout this whole sector that, irrespective of the Corona virus affect on the market,a correction was inevitable. Ceres has taken 16+years to get to where it is today but that has been achieved on the back of its shareholders who bore a heavy toll along the way. Look at Ceres’s history. During the first hydrogen bubble around 2000/1, with all the hype surrounding that at the time, Ceres’s shares rose to an astronomical value, somewhere in the region of £165 a share, only to fall to a tenth of that within two years when it became obvious that there wasn’t going to be any uptake of this new ‘hydrogen thing’. Ceres spent many torrid years after that in the doldrums until 2009 when it raised £31 million in a discounted placing. Nine years later it raised a further £77 million (in 2018), in another big placing and followed this with a 10:1 share consolidation. Now, I have no idea how many years ago Ben made the remark you quoted….i.e. ‘this will struggle to get to 15p' but taking that consolidation into account the share price today is just 38.7p in old money. That aside, the cash that Ceres’s currently has in the bank is there only because of these cash calls and on the back of shareholder dilution, not from any profits it has ever made. For it has never made a profit. And yet, Ceres’s market cap peaked earlier this month at a startling c.£785 million (sp of £5+ per share) on a last reported revenue of just £16 Million. That is a nose-bleeding multiple of 50 times revenue, and that’s against a reported loss of £8 million in the same period. As I said earlier, I don’t expect any lightbulb moments to come out of the results leading up to December 2019 when they are released on the 16th March. Perhaps another reason management sold while they had such a favourable window of opportunity. Set against the markets Ceres trades in, it is likely that ahead of those results being announced, people should prepare for the probability that they will be accompanied with a revenue impact statement and a contingency adjustment for the affects of the Corona virus on the business, lowering revenue expectations for this Qtr (to end March) and in all probability the next Qtr as well (to end of June). Alarm bell’s were ringing aloud for shareholders (or should have been) when on the 7th Feb all of the top management....CEO, CFO, COO, CCO, and CTO sold every one of their exchangeable options at c. £4. Five top management all sold together, that was telling.
29/2/2020
21:03
brimach2: pierre oreilly ….It would serve you better if you spent more time characterising Ceres demons rather than attempting to demonise the character of the person delivering the message. The demon for Ceres is this…. Following a year and more of ramping, share prices and company capitalisations throughout the hydrogen sector are bloated beyond belief. And yes, that includes Ballard, Powercell and other companies I’ve mentioned in these posts. Company values are sky high across the board even in the face of the fact that after a decade+ in fuel cell development almost all the fuel cell manufacturers out there have never posted a profit…ever. It is a consequence of these extended company valuations throughout this whole sector right now that, irrespective of the Corona virus affect on the market last week, a correction is inevitable. Ceres has taken 16+years to get to where it is today but that has been done on the back of its shareholders who bore a heavy toll along the way. Look at Ceres’s history. During the first hydrogen bubble around 2000/1, with all the hype surrounding that at the time, Ceres’s shares rose to an astronomical value, somewhere in the region of £165 a share, only to fall to a tenth of that within two years when it became obvious that there wasn’t going to be any uptake of this new ‘hydrogen thing’. Ceres spent many torrid years after that in the doldrums until 2009 when it raised £31 million in a discounted placing. Nine years later it raised a further £77 million (in 2018), in another big placing and followed this with a 10:1 share consolidation. Now, I have no idea how many years ago Ben made the remark you quoted….i.e. ‘this will struggle to get to 15p' but taking that consolidation into account the share price today is just 38.7p in old money. That aside, the cash that Ceres’s currently has in the bank is there only because of these cash calls and on the back of shareholder dilution, not from any profits it has ever made. For it has never made a profit. And yet, Ceres’s market cap peaked earlier this month at a startling c.£785 million (sp of £5+ per share) on a last reported revenue of just £16 Million. That is a nose-bleeding multiple of 50 times revenue, and that’s against a reported loss of £8 million in the same period. As I said earlier, I don’t expect any lightbulb moments to come out of the results leading up to December 2019 when they are released on the 16th March. Perhaps another reason management sold while they had such a favourable window of opportunity. Set against the markets Ceres trades in, it is likely that ahead of those results being announced, people should prepare for the probability that they will be accompanied with a revenue impact statement and a contingency adjustment for the affects of the Corona virus on the business, lowering revenue expectations for this Qtr (to end March) and in all probability the next Qtr as well (to end of June). Alarm bell’s were ringing aloud for shareholders (or should have been) when on the 7th Feb all of the top management....CEO, CFO, COO, CCO, and CTO sold every one of their exchangeable options at c. £4. Five top management all sold together, that was telling.
18/2/2020
17:48
rogerdodge3: My error in not explaining better. I was referring to a lack of traction on the oft repeated comment made by one poster that the latest share price highs are in fact much below historic highs.
16/2/2020
11:08
duckyls: Perhaps in the short term Ballard 2 might be right to cash in his shares. It’s not an irrational decision given the share price rise of the past few months. However, if I was a betting man ( and I am) I think it very likely he will miss out big time in the long run unless he buys back soon. His argument that hydrogen is too expensive and not green enough to produce does not hold up to close scrutiny, particularly given battery alternatives are also still largely dependent on fossil fuels to produce in quantity. Besides, Ceres fuel cells have the huge distinction over their rivals of being compatible with natural gas. The potential in this market alone as Bosche (eg industrial/domestic boilers) have shown in their stake-holdin is absolutely stratospheric. Perhaps we bulls will be proved wrong but it’s a brave man who sells out now. The real party probably hasn’t even started
15/2/2020
18:13
brimach2: Zeppo…Green hydrogen production requires a lot of energy and so it remains expensive and uncompetitive to produce and use. Further, it’s not ‘green’ if the electricity used to produce the hydrogen is derived from fossil fuels in the first place. Every ton of hydrogen produced conventionally from coal or gas, (often referred to as Grey Hydrogen) produces 16 tons of carbon. Blue hydrogen involves the same process but with the added expense of capturing the Co2 and burying it somehow ….also expensive and no infrastructure exists at scale for this as yet. True green hydrogen is produced from electrolysis using energy produced from non-fossil fuel sources such as Solar and/or wind…also adding to the expense of its production. So this dilemma confounds the industry right now and it will continue to restrict the potential for substantial immediate sustainable growth. Hence this market (and your investment in it) can not grow as fast as you may wish it. Whereas I accept that Ceres fuel cells have the added advantage in that they operate on a variety of feed stocks, the share price has quadrupled in a year, doubling in the last two months alone. For me, it is already carrying too much expectation at its current value and it now struggles daily to extend any further. The fact that results are due on the 16th March doesn’t change my reasoning when set against the current share price. Remember, results can disappoint in that they may be good but still fail to support an already very elevated sp, an share price which is now showing signs of stress. Worth noting also that Richard Griffith is a very canny investor and he took the bulk of his investment of the table about 10 days ago, close to the top of the current spike. I’m anticipating a pull-back and for these reasons I’m out as of Friday past.
07/2/2020
13:07
jingle bells: Eqtec (EQT) Possible 10x bagger this year: Align Research 2/1/2020 EQT end 2020 share price target 1.631p, 'some nine times the current price of 0.18p', 'Conviction Buy' hTTp://www.alignresearch.co.uk/eqtec/eqtec-shares-surge-california-project-financial-close/ http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=45550449
23/1/2020
19:20
aja2: I went back in time as it were and checked the shares in issue vs the share price. Highest was £22 before the share split of course which equated to £1.45B so a bit less than 3 times current value.
22/1/2020
08:53
bjfanc: Puts a floor under the share price and allows big holders to top slice, if they wanted to. I'm guessing, CWR will have over 100 million cash.
15/1/2020
09:45
pierre oreilly: Well great, if in the future there's lots of cheap pure hydrogen around, then cwr's big engineering partners will churn out millions of fuel cells to use it, paying cwr a fee for each one. If our gas distribution network has 50pc hydrogen pumped into it, then those partners will churn out fuel cells optimised to use that at about 100% efficiency much of the time. Pem fcs ( needing pure H) will have to have a reformer to clean up the fuel (cwr's won't). If FC EVs take off, then I'm sure cwr will look into FCS for that application ( they already have ev range extender experience with Nissan). All in all, whatever pans out in the future in several different application areas, cwr will exploit the situation. The situation ATM regarding cwr is that it is no longer a microcap and is cash rich, meaning the appeal is growing more to institutional and partner investment, and the role pis play in the share price for example is diminishing. It will experience a few years of positive feedback from areas such as working its way onto more senior markets imv.
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